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Topic - Stuart A. Vyse
"When 13 became in general an unlucky number, that was when [Friday the 13th] became a double whammy," Mr. Vyse said. "But let me point out that the number 13 is a lucky day. Babies will be born [this] year, and that will be a happy event for parents. And some of them will be born on Friday the 13th, which is no less lucky a day for them."
Those stories, however, are "all speculation," Mr. Vyse said.